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Postdoctoral Fellow/Program Development Specialist

Drexel University


The successful candidate will have a primary role in developing, implementing, and disseminating trainings for school police officers as part of a larger National Institute of Justice-funded project to broaden the delivery of Schoolwide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (SW-PBIS) and trauma-informed approaches within and across challenging school contexts. The primary project goals are to create, execute, and validate a replicable approach to promoting positive youth behavior and responding to youth needs in ways that systematically and meaningfully incorporate all school personnel.

Job Description. This individual will serve as a lead member of the program development team to adapt SW-PBIS and trauma trainings to the unique roles and experiences of school police officers. This individual will:

Learning and Professional Development. The successful candidate will gain valuable learning and professional development opportunities. This individual will:

Qualifications. The Juvenile Justice Research and Reform Lab seeks a candidate with a doctoral degree in psychology, education, social work, public health, criminology, public policy, or a related discipline. The ideal candidate will have strong writing and presentation skills, meaningful understanding of behavior change principles with adolescents, and the excellent interpersonal skills needed for successful collaboration with system stakeholders. Title dependent on experience and career track.

Salary. $50,000 plus benefits. Funded by NIJ grant #2017-CK-BX-0016 (PI: A. Gray; Drexel Site PI: N. Goldstein)

How to Apply. Please send a letter of interest and CV to Naomi Goldstein, Ph.D., Director of the Juvenile Justice Research and Reform Lab, Co-Director of the Law and Psychology Program, and Professor of Psychology at Drexel University: Please specify in the subject line, "2018 Application for Position 2" or "2018 Application for Positions 1 and 2." Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue on a rolling basis until both positions are filled.

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